- Prey trial out for PC, console demo now trial to carry over progress
- The Evil Within 2 trailer introduces (killer) photographer Stefano
- Forza Motorsport 7 garage additions brings 140-plus European rides
- Rock of Ages II: Bigger and Boulder to be released August 28, 29
- For Honor begins Season Three tomorrow with Grudge & Glory
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Daily Archives: February 7, 2013
Capcom has released the full schedule for their upcoming download compilation, Capcom Arcade Cabinet. The set will be released in waves, dubbed Game Packs, over PSN and Live Arcade. The first set will feature a free release, Black Tiger, and Game Pack 1 (1943: The Battle of Midway, Avengers, Black Tiger) for $4.99/400 MS Points on February 19 on PSN and 20 on Live. There is even a two-game bonus pack for those who purchase all five for-pay sets. The entire schedule is available below, under a new batch of screenshots, and includes over 20 8-bit titles.
All release dates have been announced for the upcoming three-part downloadable expansion for Assassin’s Creed III, The Tyranny of King Washington. The single-player campaign follows an alternate timeline where George Washington has himself crowned king and proceeds to terrorize the newly independent colonies. The packs, detailed below, will being their rollout on February 19 with The Infamy for 360, PC, and PS3, and on the Wii U at an unspecified later date.
Rayman fans, there is some good news and some bad news. The good news is for 360 and PS3 owners: Rayman Legends has been announced for both systems. The bad news is for Wii U owners: the Wii U version has been delayed. With the decision to go multiplatform, Ubisoft has decided to have all titles launch at the same time, which is currently sometime in September. Ubisoft Montpellier, the studio behind the Wii U version, is also developing the 360 and PS3 versions.
A new demo has launched on the Nintendo eShop for Atlus’ Etrian Odyssey IV: Legends of the Titan. The upcoming first-person role-playing game will feature 3D dungeons, skyships, and some old-fashion dungeon-crawling. The demo features the opening areas and the introduction, which include the Old Forest Mine mini-dungeon, the Windy Plains skyship area, and some of the first main dungeon, Lush Woodlands. All progress is transferrable to the final game.